Translates into big LUV clouds, great flavour and a warmer vape.
How does it work?
Well, a sub-ohm device is one that has a coil with a resistance of less than one ohm.
An ohm is a measure of resistance. All clearomizers / atomizers contain a coil and your coil's resistance is expressed in ohms. Most standard replacement coils (heads) for clearomizers / atomizers are between 1.2 ohms and 2.0 ohms.
With regular vaping, the user will draw the vapour into their mouth, then inhale into their lungs.
With sub-ohm vaping, the user will directly inhale into their lungs and produce much bigger "clouds" of vapour. This is also known as "cloud chasing" and is becoming an increasingly popular way of vaping. The more power output your vaping device has, the more clouds (vapour) and flavour it can produce.
Are sub-ohm ejuices different to classic ejuices?
Yes. Sub-ohm ejuices contain a higher ratio of Vegetable Glycerin (VG) compared to Propylene Glycol (PG) which means that you get thicker, denser clouds of vapour, and better flavour.
Sub-ohm ejuices should only be used in sub-ohm devices, usually used by intermediate to advanced users. This is an ever growing part of the vaping scene and one you might want to consider once you've got to grip with the basics.
Go and enjoy your vaping, and if you want any advice about sub-ohm vape kits feel free to contact us and we'd be happy to help.